payment by results

Overview

Findings from across the evaluation phases to provide a rounded assessment of the supporting people payment by results pilots. Read it here
Introduction to PbR in housing support (May 2013) : A brief overview of PbR in housing support services, from Sitra events
Summary from interim evaluation of PbR in housing support (Dec 2012)Some key points from the evaluation of PbR pilots, looking at their key aims, changes to service delivery, a focus on outcomes and some unintended consequences
pbr Potential benefits and disadvantages and key messages to policy-makers (Jan 2011)Notes from round-table discussions on PbR at the Sitra conference, ‘Making a difference: demonstrating outcomes’ in January 2011

Piloting PbR in housing support

  • Findings from across the evaluation phases to provide a rounded assessment of the supporting people payment by results pilots. Read it here

Learning from pilot sites (Alphabetical order)

  • Birmingham (Feb 2012) : Neil Tryner, Head of Business Development at Midland Heart, describes the involvement of a group of providers in Birmingham in the pilot.
  • Cheshire West and Chesterpresentation (Dec 2012)A summary of the approach in this PbR pilot from the commissioner, including significant improvements to homelessness services.
  • A payment by results model for homelessness (May 2012) Cheshire West and Chester Council has taken the opportunity of a scheduled procurement process to develop and introduce a payment by results model for homelessness services, writes the council’s Andy Meakin. The scope of the project includes all the services associated with a traditional linear model encompassing: street outreach, day centre, night shelter, hostel, move-on, and resettlement floating support.
  • Service users develop personalised payment by results system (Oct/Nov 2012) Mark Thompson, CEO of Connection, explains what happened in a three-month research project when Connection, a specialist floating support provider, asked service users to help design a process for measuring results which was personalised and provided a basis for affecting payment.